Vietnamese cuisine is distinguished by its freshness and the way it is served. Plenty of fresh vegetables, slightly cooked meat and a lot of herbs create a colorful meal full of harmony and flavor. Lemongrass, ginger, onion, garlic, lime, Thai basil are only some of the most common ingredients. Then, the five elements theory is still vivid. Five tastes, five nutrient types, five colors and five sense stimulants – all of them should be in every single meal. The harmony plays also a crucial role and thanks to the yin-yang theory, cold and hot elements are well-balanced in every dish. Finally, coffee plantations, with chocolate-flavored coffee beans, let you enjoy an aromatic, freshly filtered Vietnamese coffee served with a sweetened condensed milk.
Want to have a cup of coffee as in Vietnam? Enjoy the strength of the coffee, its aroma and of course its special texture, all combined with a dash of sweetness make a wonderful drink.
Coffee is coffee. Has to be strong. Well, strong enough to make you awoken and let you be in full form after a long night. But what is so special about Vietnamese coffee? Why can you be addicted to it immediately?